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Joma Sison expired but his legacies will Continue

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By Harsh Thakor Professor Joma Sison expired in the night of December 16th. Joma died peacefully after a period of confinement in a hospital in Utrecht, The Netherlands last night at around 8:40 p.m. (Philippine time). He was 83.An irreparable...

Hindutva fascism go global

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By Dr Aslam Abdullah Hindutva is no longer a hate ideology against Islam and Christianity confined to India. Instead, it has become a global movement for racist supremacy of Hindu upper castes. What happened in Leicester, UK, Edison, NJ, Sydney,...

Bulldozing American pluralism by Hindutva supremacists

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By Aslam Abdullah Hundreds of sleeper cells serving foreign interests and promoting fascist ideas exist in almost every sector of American society with a conspiracy to destroy pluralism and democracy as practiced in the US and Europe. Reportedly, they are...

Mumtaz Patel should ask Sonia Gandhi to take the 2002 massacre of innocent Muslims...

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By Hem Raj Jain Mumtaz Patel should ask Sonia Gandhi to take the 2002 massacre of innocent Muslims in Gujarat seriously as her father Late Sh. Ahmed Patel's name is being maligned unjustly without any basis by the 'BJP' and...

Gujarat Carnage: Human Rights Defenders as Culprits

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By Ram Puniyani The Supreme Court in its judgment the case of Zakia Jafri vs. State of Gujarat dismissed the petition filed by Zakia Jafri. Zakia Jafri had called for an investigation into the conspiracy to hatch the events which...

26 Bodies of Indians diaspora condemn arrests of Sreekumar, Setalvad and Zubair

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The Scribe Staff New Delhi: 26  civil society organisations of the Indian diaspora, on Tuesday, June 28, issued a joint statement condemning the arrests of human rights defenders Teesta Setalvad and R.B. Sreekumar, as well as Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair. In a...

Opinion: In pursuit of mercy 

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By Lokendra Malik & Yogesh Pratap Singh Professor Upendra Baxi defines a crisis as a situation where "the structure of a social system allows fewer possibilities for problem-solving than are necessary for the continued existence of the system". Where people...

29th anniversary of demolition of Babri Masjid: Time to build a bulwark against saffron...

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By Harsh Thakor We commemorate the 30th anniversary of Babri Masjid demolition on December 6th.No post-independence event so much transformed the psyche of the Indian people or escalated communal fervour at such a scale. The demolition took saffron communalism to...

Vigilantism and attack on the freedom of religion in Meerut         

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By Irfan Engineer and Vineeth Srivatsava Bhagyanagar  CSSS would be studying communal violence in Meerut (UP). Towards that, the authors visited Meerut on 13th October 2021 and talked to some lawyers representing the survivors of the communal violence to understand the...

Religious Conversions and Criminalization in India

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By Neha Dabhade The Constitution of India guarantees  right to freedom of religion to its citizens. Article 25 says, “Subject to public order, morality and health and to the other provisions of this Part, all persons are equally entitled to...

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Eight policemen killed by gangster in Kanpur

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Kanpur, July 3 : In a shocking incident, eight police personnel, including a circle officer, were shot dead and six policemen seriously injured when...

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